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Passthejoint started grow question 3 years ago
Does anyone have any good tips for me!! :)
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Week 3
Techniques. Defoliation
Green_Friends_Inc answered grow question 3 years ago
Looking good so far. Would increase light shedule and organize plants in order of height and lower & angle light.

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DasBoof answered grow question 3 years ago
hey man you've reached the pre flower stage, these are going to start to stretch, what you want to do though is start reducing the nutrient with N in it and move towards a feed with the flower nutrients, if you're not using nutrients yet, might be a good time to start a half dose each bloom and veg then only bloom, otherwise what plants need and like is carbohydrates for the stretch, something like molasses you can add and it will give a natural sugar boost to the plants. hope this helps my friend, i'm really liking the training experiment you're running :rocket:
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @Passthejoint! Here's my tip list for you: 1/ Increase your RH, 30% is not enough to allow a healthy transpiration. At this stage with a 25°c day temp, your RH should be between 52.5 and 62.5%. Check this Vapour Pressure Deficit chart here: http://www.just4growers.com/media/23631/vpd_2degree.gif and try to stick into the green zone. 2/ Decrease your lamp-to-plant distance a bit, I see some plants stretching straight to the light with long internodal spaces. Do it step by step to find the perfect distance and use the universal hand test to prevent your apical summits from burning. 3/ Train your plants. you'll have more nodes so more buds in the end. You could tie down the ones that are stretching, for instance, or try to TOP/FIM some babies before doing some LST on the main stems. 4/ Feed your plants, and get an EC-meter. I don't know what's in your soil but chances are high that it won't contain all the appropriate nutrients for the whole lifecycle of your babies. You may encounter deficiencies, you better be equipped. 5/ Consider pushing your light schedule to 20-4, you will increase auto's growth. 6/ Think of a good pest prevention strategy, like diffusing repellent essential oils, spraying neem oil mixed with garlic, hanging sticky traps, planting some companion plants... Hope this will help, happy growing! :facepunch:
OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
Hello ! With 1000w and 15 plants I would advise you to train them in attempt to manage the canopy and to planify what you have to do at a week in advance. Also with that much plants I would advise you to have 2 feeding chart : an heavy one for the more resistant and a light one for the less resilient to feeding. I hope it will help you :grin::v::skin-tone-3:
Mrs_Larimar answered grow question 3 years ago
No big tips for you, looking quite good. Growing vigor, temps are ok ph is good light distance seems to be good ( nice growing) The only thing is the HUmidity... try to rise with an humidifier . i post you an VDP chart in the Comments. wich trimming technics you want to use,? LST is always a good choice. the strains who grow the best and very vigor you can top and Fim too. Happy growing
Experimentgreen answered grow question 3 years ago
Pop a clear container over each plant with a few holes for air and mist each cup or container and boost that moisture...the swampier the better. :v: at least for a little while..